MS No lesions on brain and Spine

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hello all,

So this all started back in March. i was dealing with a traumatic event in my life and started feeling weird. First symptom was obtaining pain on left eye and right above on my frontal sinus. I went to a ophthalmologist who says I have 4th Cranial Strabismus and that i might have had it since i was young which is odd because i don't remember anything like that. Then i got on a treadmill since I'm an active runner and i took a step and felt this weak feeling on my foot and knee/vastus medialis.

I can run on it and squat and do everything but just feels off. Sports Doctor says could be due to me wearing bad shoes or injury.

Now its been almost a year and the Strabismus hasn't gone away and the weak right leg still lingers. I did a brain MRI to rule out tumor and lesions and there was nothing. Months later i did a cervical and thoracic MRI and also Clean. i even did an EMG on leg and everything good. should i stop thinking it could be MS? even online it says 4th cranial is extremely rare/if at all affected by MS. it affects other nerves. Should i think its something else since its a clean MRi of brain and spine and no optic neuritis? Should i do a spinal tap?

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    forgot to add neuro doesnt think its MS at all.

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    uhm well i been through the wringer with like 100 ms symptoms and mri ect and i was just told its ANXIETY . and mine has been going on for 5 years on and off and im a Jiujitsu instructor... weak legs cramping in my arms cramping in my legs, burning sensations, blurred vision you name it.

    i dunno worth looking into , im not saying im

    better yet by any means but . its possible on why so many people think they have it and dont.

    stop googling it was my biggest down fall

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